Associated Press reported that a video that has been widely circulating on social media made the “false” claim that homeless shelter was an antifa camp for Portland protesters to stay.
Sweeps were halted in March to follow guidance by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In other news: Portland’s homeless camp sweeps to resume.
It’s not clear yet if the incident is related to the homeless camp.
The Peninsula Crossing Trail is now a campground: dozens of tents, a garden, even a makeshift general store where you can buy a Coke.
In this interview, Andrew Hoan talks about Portland’s economic future, why his organization supported a tax hike, and how Portland is not Brooklyn.
The $250 million a year measure aims to end chronic homelessness.
Officials are eyeing motel or other housing options to replace the closing shelters.